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RE: Surfing in Block island« Reply #1 on: July 02 2007 19:07:00 »
i think their a long strech of a beach with mellow waves but where u were was at the pebble beach by the reastaurant u have to go around the harbor and on the other side of it theirs a beach with waves off shore
RE: Surfing in Block island« Reply #3 on: February 08 2008 12:02:00 »
Did you notice, moderator, the idiotic spelling of all posts? Tom went to B.I. once, but got seasick and had to be airlifted to the infirmary for drag queens in Newport; too bad, New Harbor was getting a rare short-interval west swell that pumped 3-4' lefts into the dredge bank outside the harbor; it broke cleaner than Sand Spit in 72% summer Gulf Stream waters!